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EDH Crime Watch: June 26 through July 1

The following information was taken from El Dorado County sheriff’s reports:

Funny money
June 26: Three suspects entered the Park Drive Raley’s and attempted to pass a fake $100 bill.

Copper caper
June 26: Thieves stole copper wire from the Joerger Cutoff Road PG&E substation.

Nap time
June 26: Deputies approached a 51-year-old woman sleeping on a bench in El Dorado Hills Town Center. The woman was reportedly intoxicated and arrested on suspicion of public intoxication.

Pretty petty
June 26: A petty theft was reported on Shortlidge Court.

Garment grab
June 27: A Cambria Way resident reported some of his clothes missing and told authorities he suspects his housekeeper might be stealing them.

Unneighborly
June 29: Neighbors on White Rock Road reportedly got into a fight. No one was arrested.

Shattered
June 30: Someone shot a BB gun at a Stanford Lane home’s glass door, shattering it.

Open door
June 30: A thief stole items from an unlocked vehicle parked on Brisbane Circle.

Saws stolen
July 1: Someone stole multiple chain saws and other items from an open Yellowstone Lane garage.

 

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